Steven Duval – CV

Dr. Steven Duval

Education

PhD in Fine Art Practice (Title: The Relationship between Specialist and Non-Specialist Identities in a Dialogical Art Practice. Supervised by Craig Richardson & Andrew Patrizio) – Oxford Brookes University, 2009

Master of Fine Art – Edinburgh College of Art, 1999

Bachelor of Fine Art – School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1993

Selected Solo Exhibitions

Mashup – Greenlease Gallery, Rockhurst University, Kansas City

Eyes of the Mirror (screening) – University of Manitoba, Winnipeg

Peer Review (Screening was part of Hybrid Practices)- Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas

The Performance Anxiety of Michael Fried—Commonwealth Gallery, Madison, WI

Interpellating History—OVADA Gallery, Oxford

Frontstage/Backstage—OVADA Gallery, Oxford

Open School of Philosophy—Gloucester Green Market, Oxford

The Obscure: A Performative Work in Two Parts—Oxford Open Day

Representation, Reconstruction, Reappraisal—O6 Gallery, Abingdon

Polyphonic Gathering—Richard Hamilton Arena, Oxford

Abergreen: A Social Laboratory—Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen

Transport to Summer—La Caixa Cultural Centre, Llieda, Spain (curated by Chris Gilbert & Cira Pascual Marquina)

Species of Thought (Project Room)—Collective Gallery, Edinburgh

Das Eco-Kapital—Rraum (A Manifesta Event), Frankfurt-am-Main

RomanTech (two-person show with Jenny Hogarth)—Collective Gallery, Edinburgh (selected by Mike Nelson, Chad McCail & Sarah Munro)

Phenomena Sociologic—Protoacademy, Weirsland Space, Edinburgh

Selected Group Exhibitions

Staff Show – Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo

Inquiries into the Order of the 3rd Bird, Museum of Jurassic Technology, Los Angeles

Seen II (Screening part of residence) – Mildred’s Lane

Hot Sheets 3, Wonder Fair Gallery, Lawrence, KS

Descendants of Goffman – University of Manitoba (Workshop)

Art+Science – Watson Library Gallery, Kansas University

Sputnikfest (UWC Faculty Exhibition)—Rahr West Museum, Manitowoc, WI Cognoscibility—OVADA Gallery, Oxford

Natural Dialogue—Grizedale Arts, Cumbria (Workshop)

The Invisible College (Performance Lecture) -Free School at the New Dark Age, Hats Plus Gallery, London

Nightfair Before Christmas—OVADA Gallery,

Oxford Obsessions—Oxford Brookes University, Oxford

Nuit Blanche (Public Art Festival)—Carat Culture, City of Paris

The Ideal Ward—Functionsuite, Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Edinburgh

CNG Cowboys—Khoj, Delhi, India

The Birthday Party – Collective Gallery, Edinburgh

Privacy: A Programme of Symposia—Henry Moore Foundation’s Contemporary Projects with the Protoacademy & Olaf Nicolai, Edinburgh (curated by David Thorpe and Sarah Glennie)

Extension—with the Collective Gallery at the Glasgow Art Fair

Opening Exhibition—Artist House, Leeds, England Fixing the Bridge—Cemeti Art House, Yogijakarta, Indonesia

Laboratory of the Philosophical Vagabond (two person) —Tag Team Experiment,

Edinburgh Extension—with the Collective Gallery at the Glasgow Art Fair

Between the Lines—Apexart, New York (curated by Rebecca Gordon Nesbitt)

Green Room Gallery—Fondazione Pistoletto, Biella, Italy False Emotions—

Kunst Bunker Tamulka, Munich (curated by Gesine Braun)

Unidee—Fondazione Pistoletto, Biella, Italy

Talks/Symposia

Artist Talk – Greenlease Gallery, Rockhurst University, Kansas City

“Peer Review”, Hybrid Practices Conference, Spencer Museum of Art

“Performing Identity/Performing History”, The Commons, University of Kansas

“Communication and Production in Hybrid Collaborative Research”,  A2RU Conference

“Thinking Through: Practice-led Research, Collaboration, and Road Building” – Kansas University

“Dissemination”, Wisconsin Regional Arts Program

“Neutrality as a Benchmark”, Graduate Research Forum, Oxford Brookes University

Artist Talk—Scott Sutherland School of Architecture, Aberdeen

Artist Talk—Gray’s College of Art and Design, Aberdeen

Artist Talk—A–N, City Art Centre, Edinburgh

Artist Talk—Khoj, Delhi, India Institute for Curatorial Education, Edinburgh

Privacy: A Programme of Symposia, Henry Moore Foundation’s Contemporary Projects, Edinburgh

Artist Talk—Artist House, Leeds

Alternative Education (Protoacademy)—Dundee Contemporary Arts

Professional Practice—Edinburgh College of Art Protoacademy—Fondazione Pistoletto, Biella, Italy

“You, Me and the Land We Live From”—BIG Torino, Turin, Italy We Love

Alternative Spaces—Collective Gallery, Edinburgh

Nomadsland—Rooseum, Malmo, Sweden

Departure Lounge—Collective Gallery, Edinburgh

Protoacademy—StadelSchule, Frankfurt-am-Main

Publications

Your Everyday Art World by Lane Relyea

Privacy: A Programme of Symposia (edited with Bryan Davies & Olaf Nicolai)

Abergreen: A Social Laboratory (edited with Monika Vykoukal)

Extraordinary Everyday (documentation of ideal ward project)

Printed Project with Rene Zechlin (Irish pavilion for the Venice Biennale)

Transport to Summer (La Caixa Foundation, Llieda, Spain)

Ecosophy publication for “Species of Thought” (funded by the Scottish Arts Council)

Progetto Arte Journal 7

Brochure for “Between the Lines” essay by Rebecca Gordon Nesbitt (also designer)

Charley Magazine

BIG Torino Catalogue

Presence Catalogue

Gwangju Biennial Catalogue

Metronome 3, 4 & 5—Emotional Keystrokes (edited by Clementine Deliss)

Articles & Reviews

Dawn Kiefer, Celebrating Creativity with Duval, Richland Observer, 2012

Clare Careswell, “Frontstage/Backstage”, Oxford Mail, January 2009

Ken Neil, “Review of Abergreen”, Artist Newsletter, June 2005

Tim Abrahams “Preview of Abergreen”, Map Magazine, Spring 2005

Ola Gustafsson & Leslie Young – “Pause”, Artist Newsletter, June 2002

Iain Gail, “Presence: Mounting a challenge to art’s great expectations”, Scotland on Sunday, May 2002

Neil Cameron, ‘Wise Heads on Young Shoulders’, The Scotsman, May 2002.

Gemma Tipton, “Romantech”, Circa, Winter 2001

Helen Monaghan, “New Work Scotland 4”, The List 2001

Sue Wilson, “New Work Scotland 4”, The Metro , Sept 2001

Neil Cameron, “Critics Choice”, The Scotsman, Sept 2001

Jenny Crowe, “Departure Lounge”, Artist Newsletter, June 2000

Neil Cooper, “3 Edinburgh Projects”, The List, July 1999

Sally Kerr, “A body of work in the right place and the right time”, Glasgow Herald, April 1999.

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